I have a bundle item I would like to use by pressing a keyboard
shortcut. The problem is that there is another bundle item that is
invoked instead. Is there a way to find out which bundle item is invoked?
I try to make a bundle command in order to find a php-function definition
within project folder.
What I want to do is a "macro/snippet/command" that do the following:
- with the TM_CURRENT_WORD or TM_CURRENT_SELECTION
- search the current project (like CMD-SHIFT-F) with a regex search
(something like: (function)(.*)($TM_CURRENT_WORD)(/s+\() )
- open the CMD-SHIFT-F window with the search-results so you can select the
So is there a way to 'call' the search window, with the values filled in and
run the search?
It would be even better if one result is present, directly via a simple
- if found one result goto file / and function
- if multiple functions / files are found => selection box in order to
select the file
Or does are there other suggestions?
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I've accidentally deleted the R bundle (which contained several of my own custom commands). Is it possible to reinstall bundle & my own custom commands?
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In the File Browser sidebar when I open a "project" (a directory), TextMate
always shows the same state where some directories are expanded (to
multiple levels) and others are not. Is there any rhyme or reason about why
TextMate remembers this particular state?
It's a bother to have to close things up each time I open a project.
I would even be happy with the File Browser starting with no directories
I've tried doing
defaults write com.macromates.TextMate.preview disableFolderStateRestore
but that seems to have no effect.
I've tried opening or closing some "tabs" (open files) and then closing the
project. That has no effect.
I'm on Mac OS X 10.11.4. TextMate version 2.0-beta.9.
BTW, after recently upgrading to the above version of TextMate (from
previous beta version), the problem was solved for a while, but now it is